Beth Chapman, who alongside her better half, Duane “Dog” Chapman, showed up for a considerable length of time on the famous show, “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” is dead.
Beth Passed away Wednesday at a Honolulu emergency clinic, days in the wake of being set in a therapeutically incited trance-like state. She had fought long and hard against cancerous growth, which at last ended her life.
The 51-year-old reported in 2017 that she'd been determined to have stage II throat cancer growth, however, was sans disease by December of that year. Cancer returned last November – after which she experienced forceful chemo and battled valiantly to keep up commonality in her life … here and there heading out to have a great time with her significant other. She said a month ago on Mother's Day she had ceased chemo.
Dog just tweeted a farewell to Beth, saying “Today, she climbed the stairway to paradise. We as a whole adore you, Beth. See you on the opposite side.”
Beth suffered, at any rate, one wellbeing alarm in the course of recent months, having been hurried to the medical clinic in a bad position identified with her disease medications. Beth turned into an authorized safeguard bondsman at age 29 – the most youthful in Colorado history. Her record was broken by her stepdaughter, Lyssa Chapman, who ended up authorized at age 19.
She met Dog when she was 19 and he was 35 … when she got in a bad position with the law. She was in a supermarket and got occupied by a call from her supervisor, and she exited with lemon and got halted for shoplifting. Turns out she had an unregistered, unlicensed firearm in her pocket – she had taken it from her then-sweetheart who was flushed at the time – and Beth's father got Dog to safeguard her out.
They wedded in 2006, one day after Dog's little girl, Barbara Katy, was killed in an auto collision in Alaska.
Dog and Beth wound up global stars after “Dog the Bounty Hunter” appeared in 2003. The show finished its keep running in 2012. They did another show – “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt” which went through 2015. The couple enjoyed a reprieve from TV for a bit, and during that time … Beth kept running for leader of the Professional Bail Agents of the United States and won. They were shooting another show, “Dog's Most Wanted,” which was set to air one year from now.
It's vague for the present if their new program will make it communicate in light of Beth's passing. We do realize that Beth's wellbeing battles should be a key storyline and that she would have been up front close by Dog … much the same as the days of yore.
It began in February – however no word if the system they were working with, WGN America, finished a full season of scenes or not. Beth herself said the arrangement wouldn't hit the TV this year, however, a trailer has just been discharged.
Beth had 4 children – Dominic, Cecily, Bonnie Jo, and Garry. The last 2 she had with Dog. Beth likewise has 14 grandkids … one of whom she had care of after Dog's little girl passed away in an accident – and the kid's dad was observed to be abusive.
She died at the age of 51